2nd Quarter 2017
Market Outlooks & Reviews

PGIM’s asset managers provide outlooks for the current global economic landscape.
Read more to find the investment trends and projections to look for as a result of Brexit negotiations, French election uncertainty and U.S. fiscal stimulus initiatives. 

2nd Quarter Outlook

In addition to sector outlooks, this issue also includes a Bond Market Outlook, a Global Economic Outlook, and perspectives on the upcoming Brexit negotiations.

“The bond bear market is basically over.” – Robert Tipp, Chief Investment Strategist, PGIM Fixed Income on Bloomberg

  Read PGIM Fixed Income’s full outlook

 

Q2 2017 Outlook & Review

QMA

As doubt casts over the President’s ambitious agenda of corporate tax cuts, Department of Transportation (DOT) projects and other major fiscal stimulus initiatives, this Outlook discusses the implications of this “Waiting for GoDOT?” moment.

  Read QMA’s projections and expectations

QMA’s overall outlook for the year remains positive.

“We still believe stocks will finish 2017 higher than where they finished Q1, and still maintain a modest overweight in equities and other risky assets.”

 

Global Economic Review

This quarterly report is tailored for institutional equity investors, summarizing macroeconomic indicators, policy moves, and political risk events across global markets.

  Read Jennison’s review

 

Global Investment Outlook & Strategy

John Praveen, Chief Investment Strategist of Pramerica International Investments Advisers, and his team undertake financial market and macroeconomic research and analysis to generate outlooks and forecasts, and formulate investment strategy within asset classes (stocks, bonds cash), within regional stock and bond markets, and global sectors.

  Read the full outlook

“The U.K. economy remains resilient, defying expectations of a slowdown as the Brexit impact remains smaller than expected, thus far."

 

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